Dear Livermore Community,
As superintendent, I have the privilege of leading the education of over 13,300 students who represent the diversity of our Livermore community. Together we celebrate and respect the rich traditions of many cultures. I am proud to lead the District’s mission to educate all of our students so that they are able to contribute and thrive in a changing world. To guarantee that our mission holds true for each student, the Board of Trustees and I are committed to ensuring that our schools are safe places to learn.
In partnership with the Livermore Police Department and Alameda County’s Safe Routes to Schools Program, LVJUSD staff continues to improve safety at our schools. We are in the process of studying school sites, drop-off and pick-up zones, and parking areas during busy times so that we can keep students and community members safe. We are planning implementations of upgraded security measures so that our campuses maintain the highest level of safety during school hours. We have also updated our procedures for visitors on our campuses so that student safety continues to be our top priority.
Our commitment every day to every student is that school is a safe place to learn and grow. Our staff members care about each student. Together, we support and safeguard the children of Livermore.
Kelly Bowers, Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools
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